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Branding specialist. Fast Company expert blogger, 1st Place for Branding by 2013 Shorty Awards., Nifty50 Honoree, Slideshare rock star with over 550,000 views, award-winning brand strategist, package design guru, author of Defying Gravity & Rising Above the Noise and native New Yorker; loves fine espresso, intoxicating chocolate and stimulating conversations.

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What every entrepreneur, startup, and CEO needs to know to create a no-excuses brand. Today's One Minute Wednesday tackles whether something you're progressing toward...
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Knowing when to rebrand is one of the biggest challenges any brand faces in its lifetime. What you don’t want to be is the one brand that loses its customers because...
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Rebranding challenges result from using wrong reasons to start a rebrand or arbitrary (questionable at best) criteria. For example: Someone new comes into the company...
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Branding and basketball. Each is a sport with avid fans and onlookers waiting to see the next astonishing move. As if you needed me to connect sports with branding any...
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Netflix’s growth is the stuff of dreams. The kind of dreams that are able to be modeled if you pay close attention. Their strategy is a strategy you can use for your...
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Esther Xorlali kugbey
Esther Xorlali kugbey 4 weeks ago
Wow
Thank you sooo
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Branding and selling are the two primary areas of focus on the part of any brand. I covered this fully in this previous episode of One Minute Wednesday. To take this...
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Hello, I'm a human. A small (but vitally important) detail too many brands forget about. As people, we've been put into one box or another, all based on some theory...
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“Greatness is the result of visionaries who persevere, focus, believe, and prepare. It is a habit, not a birthright.” ? Lewis Howes, The School of Greatness There's...
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Every brand wants to know the secret strategy another brand must be using when, all of a sudden, it takes off like a rocket. Well, here's a factor I recently...
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Great leaders share a common trait: a fascination with why things are. They don't wait for things, or events or discoveries to reach out to them. This is the topic of...
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Mikkel Thorup
Mikkel Thorup 3 weeks ago
NIce article, I will add it to the Q and share it with my followers!
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Ever wonder how some companies and organizations seem to have a knack and ability on how to change the world? Why can some inferior products outperform superior...
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Companies and brands struggle with (and often wonder) why certain designs work. There’s an art and science to design. Getting it wrong loses you more than sales. It...
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Multitasking. It kills productivity faster than a strict diet of decaf coffee and potato chips. So, before you read this post, decide you're not going to respond to a...
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When to rebrand? It’s one of the vital questions one needs to know in growing any company. In an ironic twist of events, this famous quote assigned to Stephen...
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Busy brands. Frantic lives. Overfilled inboxes. Exhausted lifestyles. My friend Daymond John wrote something brilliant in describing his new book, Rise and Grind, that...
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